Table 4

The association of axial length and its components with age and gender according to univariate linear regression
Coefficient (95%CI of coefficient) P-value
Axial length (mm) Age (years) −0.010 (−0.015 to −0.006) <0.001
Sex (male/female) 0.466 (0.41 to 0.522) <0.001
Education (Each year in school) 0.026 (0.021 to 0.031) <0.001
Height (cm) 0.033 (0.03 to 0.036) <0.001
Weight (Kg) 0.013 (0.01 to 0.015) <0.001
Anterior Chamber depth (mm) Age (years) −0.014 (−0.015 to −0.012) <0.001
Sex (male/female) 0.076 (0.057 to 0.095) <0.001
Education (Each year in school) 0.008 (0.006 to 0.01) <0.001
Height (cm) 0.007 (0.006 -0.008) <0.001
Weight (Kg) 0.004 (0.003 to 0.005) <0.001
Lens thickness (mm) Age (years) 0.018 (0.017 to 0.02) <0.001
Sex (male/female) 0.040 (0.024 to 0.057) <0.001
Education (Each year in school) −0.005 (−0.007 to −0.003) <0.001
Height (cm) 0.00 (−0.001 to 0.001) 0.678
Weight (Kg) −0.002 (−0.002 to −0.001) <0.001
Vitreous chamber depth (mm) Age (years) −0.015 (−0.019 to −0.01) <0.001
Sex (male/female) 0.351 (0.299 to 0.403) <0.001
Education (Each year in school) 0.022 (0.017 to 0.027) <0.001
Height (cm) 0.027 (0.024 to 0.03) <0.001
Weight (Kg) 0.01 (0.008 to 0.012) <0.001

CI = confidence interval.

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Hashemi et al. BMC Ophthalmology 2012 12:50   doi:10.1186/1471-2415-12-50

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